Changes in U.S. policy could create 11 million jobs

01/26/2010 | IndustryWeek

If the U.S. reduces corporate tax rates, establishes a permanent research and development credit, modernizes export controls and makes major investments in energy and transportation infrastructure, more than 11 million jobs could be created in the U.S. this decade, according to a report by the Milken Institute and sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers. "This report makes a powerful case that manufacturing can lead the United States into a renewed era of growth -- if Congress enacts policies to promote U.S. competitiveness," says John Engler, NAM president.

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